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Oct 13, 2012 6:30am PDT
you pointed out, money on the education which is really important, because you need a better educated workforce for the good jobs, and in order to pay for all of that, which costs a lot of money, there is going to have to be a real sacrifice in the country. you will have to raise taxes and standards of living have to come down somewhat. >> peter na varer row, you can't tell people that you are going raise their taxes, and being honest somehow in the american political arena is somehow not possible. >> well, you should not buy into bob's narrative here. it. it is simply gone. if you look athe green energy issue, it totally proves my point. i was in pittsburgh last week with the death by china film, and they talked about how they tried to start a couple of green energy companies in pittsburgh, but they were totally crushed by china's totally unfair trade practices, so it is virtually impossible forrer the green industries here in the country to given the weight of the subsidies of china to run that. the idea of this whole notion of innovation and robots taking over, that is not
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